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Oil Drain Plug Screw Jianshe Mountain Lion 400atv Odes Rocket Yamabuggy Go Kart on 2040-parts.com

US $18.00
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Condition:New other (see details) Fits:ATV Manufacturer Part Number:F3-600201-0 Brand:JIANSHE UPC:Does not apply

NEW JIANSHE 400CC ATV GO KART OIL DRAIN PLUG SCREW OIL DRAIN PLUG CAP & O-RING FOR MOUNTAIN LION 400ATV

New Oil Drain Plug Screw & O-Ring for Jianshe Mountain Lion 400ATV, Jianshe Tank 400CC ATV, Rocket 400ATV ODES 400ATV Buggy & Go Kart

Including: 1 x Oil Drain Plug Screw Oil Drain Plug Cap

               1 x O-Ring

Oem part number: F3-600201-0

Suitabe fo models:

Roketa ATV400-11 RUT-400Y 4x4 400cc ATV

Jianshe JS400 Mountain Lion 400cc ATV

Jianshe YamaBuggy 400

Jianshe JS400-7 Rattle Snake 400 Go Kart

Tank Scout 400U ATV

Hensim HS400ATV

Bashan 400ATV

Our Price do NOT include any customs duty or tax.


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